33 Lessons on Capital
Reading Marx Politically
Harry Cleaver's treatise outlines and critiques Marx's analysis chapter by chapter. His unique interpretation of Marx's labour theory of value reveals how every theoretical category of Capital designates aspects of class struggle in ways that help us resist and escape them. At the same time, while rooted within the tradition of workerism, he understands the working class to include not only the industrial proletariat but also unwaged peasants, housewives, children and students.
A challenge to scholars and an invaluable resource for students and activists today.
Harry Cleaver is Associate Professor Emeritus at the University of Texas at Austin. He is the author of Reading Capital Politically (AK Press; 2nd ed, 2000).
Sources and Citations
2. Capital: A Critique of Political Economy
3. Part Eight: So-called Primitive Accumulation - Chapters 26–33
4. Part One: Commodities and Money - Chapters 1–3
5. Part Two: The Transformation of Money into Capital - Chapters 4–6
6. Part Three: The Production of Absolute Surplus-Value - Chapters 7–11
7. Part Four: The Production of Relative Surplus-Value - Chapters 12–15
8. Part Five: The Production of Absolute and Relative Surplus-Value - Chapters 16–18
9. Part Six: Wages - Chapters 19–22
10. Part Seven: The Process of Accumulation of Capital - Chapters 23–25
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